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... Age Greek settlements were established in the Naples area in the second millennium BC. Naples remained influential after the fall of the Western Roman Empire, serving as the capital city of the Kingdom of Naples between 1282 and 1816. Thereafter, in union with Sicily, it became the capital of the Two Sicilies until the unification of Italy in 1861.
Naples was the most-bombed Italian city during World War II. Much of the city's ...
... from our room. Sitting out there listening to a piano playing in the distance, watching the lights of cars travelling along the cliff side, boats lights out on the Mediterranean. Did I say red wine.......local of course.....and fantastic 10euro, we went up market, most around 6euro. Great to have a night in for a change. Heading to Rome tomorrow for our last night before flying out at 8pm friday, I think,. Fantastic holiday, we are still talking to each other, ...
... around the crater, but I was happy with the first crater point - I wanted to make sure I had a quick getaway if I needed it. It is obviously dormant at the moment, but there was wafts of smoke coming out which is a bit uncomfortable. We really enjoyed the experience then went back down on the bus and got dropped outside the "dig" site and we got our maps and went into the ancient town of Pompei.
A particularly sombre place obviously, amazing well preserved ...
... links to Marina Piccola, where the boat picks up for the return journey to the Marina del Cantone in Massa Lubrense. On the way it stops at the White Grotto, a cave with some stalactites, and then passes through the arch in the Stella Rock as it leaves the island. Back at Massa Lubrense, the bus makes the return journey to the hotel just in time to catch the 1815 hotel courtesy bus down the hill to Sorrento.
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... the walls was incredible. This was a living museum, for lack of better description, of the ancient world. All I can really say about it is that we spent 4 hours there and didn’t even cover the whole place. It was an incredible experience that you just have to see to truly understand. Make sure you take good shoes too as you have to walk around an entire city if you want to see everything and the roads are, well ancient, and not flat. It definitely ranks up there with ...